Molly-Mae Hague reveals she’s set up a Depop account to get rid of old clothes and will donate the profits to charity – with everything selling in just HOURS
Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she’s launched a Depop account to sell her old clothes and will donate any profits to charity.
And although only setting up the profile on Friday, the blonde beauty’s second-hand items have already proven to be a hit with ‘every single thing’ sell out in hours.
The Love Island star, 21, who used to ‘love’ selling on the site before appearing on the reality show, thanked fans for buying her garbs and promised to upload more soon.
Having a clear out: Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she’s launched a Depop account to sell her old clothes and will donate any profits to charity
Molly-Mae announced her latest venture on Instagram Stories, admitting that she was a little apprehensive about creating the account.
She said: ‘I’m kind of nervous to say but I have started a Depop. I had one years ago before Love Island and I used to love it… but I’ve restarted one and spent literally all day sorting things out for it.’
Explaining that she’d started uploading throughout the day, Molly-Mae added: ‘I went off my phone for a bit and when I went back on half of the stuff had already sold and I hadn’t even put it on Instagram.
‘I put things up for really low prices. There isn’t much on there but keep your eyes peeled. All the money made from it will be going to charity.’
Lots to upload: The Love Island star, 21, said she’d spent all of Friday going through her extensive clothing collection and uploading items
And shortly sharing the update about her account to Instagram, Molly-Mae was back on Stories to reveal all of her clothes has sold out.
She said: ‘Every single thing has sold instantly. Thank you so much if you bought something, that was insane to watch.’
She signed off for the night, promising to find more things to sell as she said: ‘I’ll upload as much more as I can, as quick as I can.’
Molly-Mae has an impressive wardrobe, often sharing snaps of her designer items and impressive ensembles to social media.
Got to move fast! And although only setting up the profile on Friday, the blonde beauty’s second-hand items have already proven to be a hit with ‘every single thing’ sell out in hours
‘CRAZY’: Molly-Mae was shocked at how quickly her items sold on the online platform
She has also undoubtedly built up a sizeable collection of clothing through working with fashion brands.
Most recently, the beauty was said to have signed a deal with PrettyLittleThing thought to be worth a whopping £1 million.
Molly-Mae has collaborated with PrettyLittleThing several times before, first securing a £500,000 deal after leaving the ITV show in 2019.
She recently re-signed as a brand ambassador to launch her fifth clothing edit and signed a staggering six-figure deal for the collection.
A source told The Sun: ‘Molly is so excited about what is planned with PLT for this year there is some big plans in place.
‘She is one of PLT’s best selling ambassadors and she is grateful to them for continuing to re invest in to her.’
Molly-Mae has seen great success with PrettyLittleThing, launching numerous collections and signing big-money deals with the online retailer.
Talking about one of her latest collections last month, she said: ‘I am so excited to be able to say I am now launching my 5th edit with PLT.
‘I feel so lucky to be able to still be part of the PLT family and I can’t wait to see what you all choose as your favourite pieces!’
Fashion fan: Molly-Mae has an impressive wardrobe, often sharing snaps of her designer items and impressive ensembles to social media